Kendall Jenner, along with fellow supermodels Gigi Hadid, Stella Maxwell and Karlie Kloss was spotted leaving the Marc Jacobs fashion show at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on Thursday.
The brunette bombshell wore not one, but two sexy animal-print ensembles.
Kendall worked the catwalk in sky-high heels, colorful clothes and funky dreadlock extensions, and while she opted to remove the pieces after the show, Karlie and Stella seemed to keep them in for a bit longer.
While Jacobs said the hairstyles were meant to be inspired by rave culture, London fashion from the 80s and Harajuku girls, he received some major flack for only including only two black models in his show.
A number of users on social media slammed the designer for the lack of diversity, but stylist Guido Palau defended the look.
“Style comes from clashing things,” Palau told The Cut after the show.
“It’s always been there – if you’re creative, if you make food, music, and fashion, whatever, you’re inspired by everything. It’s not homogeneous. Different cultures mix all the time. You see it on the street. People don’t dress head-to-toe in just one way.”